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    The term "Hacker" originated in MIT as a...

    The term "Hacker" originated in MIT as a reference for people who were adept at programming and computers and were known for pushing computers beyond their the limits of how far they were expected to...
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    Poll: I think you'll need to add 3.1 to that list...

    I think you'll need to add 3.1 to that list before I vote :P
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    that could be because a specific website is only...

    that could be because a specific website is only one ip, therefore one server.
    a website is not a network...
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    mm, I'm pretty sure this is out of my league. ...

    mm, I'm pretty sure this is out of my league.

    oh well, back to MFC I guess *shrug*
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    well how incredibly useful. Got any texts or...

    well how incredibly useful.

    Got any texts or something that could help me in any way?
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    so why so I need to convert from serial to...

    so why so I need to convert from serial to parallel? I don't know a whole lot about how com ports and such work.
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    I want to be able to switch on and off individual...

    I want to be able to switch on and off individual LED's on the panel. I'm also unsure as to what sort of IC's I would need for the panel..
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    hmm, that makes it look like I'm going to have to...

    hmm, that makes it look like I'm going to have to write my own device drivers to do what I want to do.

    you see I'm trying to write a program to control a little LED panel that I'm going to make...
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    while I'm at it, quick question, how do you make...

    while I'm at it, quick question, how do you make a pointer to a boolean array a parameter for a function and then how do you call it?
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    C++ Windows time and com ports

    I was just wondering what functions/API's I should be looking at to a) retrieve the current time on the systems clock (preferably in an integer) and b) what functions and such are used to interact...
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    Linux will read NTFS fine (which is still a good...

    Linux will read NTFS fine (which is still a good effort it being a "secure" filesystem and all) but write is still very much experiemental and I wouldn't do it on a drive you happened to have...
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    what are u babbling about? there have been...

    what are u babbling about? there have been commercial vius scanners for *nix round for years
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    donworry fixed

    donworry fixed
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    Apache file extension associations

    How do I set up apache to process different file extensions with modules?
    ie. make it process files with the extension .php3 with the php modules so
    that they work properly?

    I am using Debian...
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    well one would assume there has to be some way to...

    well one would assume there has to be some way to distinguish it, otherwise how would the NAT router know which computer it's forwarding the returning packets to?
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    I've done JAVA2, C++, VB and I am currently doing...

    I've done JAVA2, C++, VB and I am currently doing assembly.

    I consider C++ is probably the most useful for little command line apps that do advanced thing, VB is good for frontends and dbase...
  17. Thread: net bios hacking

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    dodgiest tut on netbios I've ever seen

    dodgiest tut on netbios I've ever seen
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    Easier and more effective to install a debian...

    Easier and more effective to install a debian system and use exim/sendmail and mailscanner which can be used with a proprietory virus scanner as well and spamasassin.

    little tip tho, make sure u...
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    Come to think of it, had my parents started...

    Come to think of it, had my parents started spying on my conversations with my friends I WOULD have tapped their phone line and started opening their mail.
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    I'd hardly call C/C++ low-level in the first...

    I'd hardly call C/C++ low-level in the first place.

    but as was pointed out on slashdot by many people, quite obviously this guy has a beast of a computer and unlimited funds if he wants to have...
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    *scowls* I hope your kids start tapping your...

    *scowls* I hope your kids start tapping your phone conversations and opening your mail and reading it.
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    if mitnick can indeed program, then what she did...

    if mitnick can indeed program, then what she did is called slander, and she deserves to be sued.
    I don't think much of mitnick myself, he seems to whine alot for someone who got caught doing wrong....
  23. Thread: Learning C++

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    Learning Visual C++ 6.0 by Ivor Horton is a very...

    Learning Visual C++ 6.0 by Ivor Horton is a very good book, teaches you all about just plain C++ and then the second half of the MASSIVE book talks about MFC programming with Visual C++
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    ... to be honest was no more than a waste of 15...

    ... to be honest was no more than a waste of 15 minutes of my life.
    The book really should be called "Inexperienced users guide to netbios and win98 networking"
  25. Thread: Packet Sniffing?

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    sorry, you're right, take out the learns ip part,...

    sorry, you're right, take out the learns ip part, they only learn MAC addresses. (unless it's a "smart" switch)

    /me slaps forehead
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